French Geography Quiz #2

Answer these questions about the geography of France and its territories.
Try out the prequel as well
Quiz by Aaron197
Last updated: September 12, 2020
First submittedApril 29, 2020
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What body of water separates France and Great Britain?
The English Channel
(aka La Manche)
What river forms a large portion of the border with Germany?
Which French region was the site of the D-Day landings during WWII?
What city has been called the "wine capital of the world"?
What is the world's most-visited art museum?
The Louvre
With what non-European country does France share its longest border?
What is the name of the region in which Paris is located?
In what sea are the French overseas departments of Guadeloupe
and Martinique located?
Caribbean Sea
What type of power is responsible for about 70% of France's electricity?
Nuclear Power
What major river flows from Lake Geneva to the Mediterranean?
What Mediterranean city is famous for its film festival?
What country is located just 25 km away from the French territory of
Saint Pierre and Miquelon?
Which two cities are sometimes considered to be the second-biggest cities in France?
What is the name of France's northwestern region?
Which French territory can be found about 1200 km east of Australia?
New Caledonia
What is the largest city on the French Riviera?
What is the approximate shape of France? (Hint: not a square, nor a triangle, but a...)
What bay borders western France and northern Spain?
Bay of Biscay
What town hosted the 1992 Winter Olympics?
Level 78
Aug 5, 2020
Which two cities are sometimes considered to be the second-biggest citiy in France?

I think that 2nd "i" is not only fluous, it's SUPERfluous.
Level 65
Aug 5, 2020
lol for me france was a pentagon, not an hexagon
Level 80
Aug 6, 2020
It's iconic. The French themselves call France "L'Hexagone", and it even appears on their 1 and 2 euro coins.
Level 35
Aug 14, 2020
only people born before 1992 knew Albertville lol
Level 23
Aug 25, 2020
If you're interested by sport you know that.
Level 61
Oct 25, 2020
winter sport*
Level 35
Aug 28, 2020
I tried Gascogne but I had no idea it was different in English
Level 64
Sep 1, 2020
For some reason, it doesn't accept "nucular".
Level 65
Oct 1, 2020
Some reason...